An internship abroad is an enriching experience that allows you to broaden your horizons, improve your command of a foreign language, acquire intercultural and professional skills...
Find an internship
Contact the internship office of your component.
The internship office of your component regularly receives internship offers corresponding to the profile of the students of the component.
- help you make contact with companies abroad
- provide you with useful advice
- help you fill in your internship agreement (mandatory).
- Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs (MEAE): internship opportunities
- German-French Youth Office (OFAJ ) offers internships and scholarships to finance internships in Germany
- Office Franco-Québécois pour la Jeunesse (OFQJ ) offers internships and grants to finance internships in Quebec
- EURopean Employment Services (EURES): European Commission website / European Job Mobility Portal with job offers and CV-library
- Club Travail, Etudes et Loisirs Internationaux (club TELI), in Seynod-Annecy, puts internship offers online.
- The twinning committees in your town have great business networks through their twin towns.
- Activate your network of acquaintances (family, friends, etc.). The answer to your research is often close to you!
Unita helps you discover Europe in a different way by setting up an international mobility programme in rural areas.
In this way, Unita wishes to promote the professionalisation of students while participating in the development of the territories of the alliance, which are largely rural and mountainous.
For more information and to carry out a rural mobility abroad
Aimed mainly at students and young graduates aged 18 to 28, international volunteering is an enriching professional experience, a real springboard for an international career.
Being an international volunteer means going on a professional mission abroad while benefiting from a protective public status: the International Volunteer (IV) is placed under the supervision of the French Embassy.
From 6 to 24 months, the missions can concern all the trades and be carried out :
- within a French public structure under the authority of the MAEE or the Ministry of the Economy and Finance
- in a local foreign public structure
- with international organizations or approved associations.
The VIE is not a voluntary service: the VIs receive a fixed monthly allowance, which varies according to the country of assignment.
> To find out more about VIE: Businessfrance
You are doing a placement in Europe in a country participating in the Erasmus+ programme
Minimum duration of 2 months (60 days)
→ you will be eligible for an Erasmus+ grant from the European Commission up to a maximum of 4 months (120 days) funded.
Amount of the Erasmus+ internship grant :
Group 1 countries: 480€ per month, i.e. 16€/day of funded mobility
Group 2 countries: 420€ per month, i.e. 14€/day of funded mobility
Group 3 countries: 360€ per month, i.e. 12€/day of funded mobility
Country Groups :
Group 1: Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Ireland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Norway, Sweden, United Kingdom
Group 2 : Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Germany, Greece, Italy, Malta, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain
Group 3 : Former Republic of Macedonia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Turkey, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia
You are doing an internship outside Europe
→ You can benefit from a regional grant for international mobility (Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes) up to a maximum of 14 financed weeks.
Amount of the regional grant:
95 per week
+Flat-rate aid for students with social criteria grants, degressive according to the level of the CROUS grant
|Scholarship level||Amount of additional aid|
|1 - 0 bis||80€|
- + 530€ lump sum for students with disabilities
The International Mobility Grant (AMI ) is not awarded for internships, except in the specific case of students who have been awarded a grant on social criteria in the year of mobility and who are not eligible for an Erasmus+ grant or a regional grant.
Amount of the grant : 1 monthly payment = 400€.
||Internship (without further funding)|
|4 à 7||4 monthly payments maximum|
|1 à 3||4 monthly payments maximum|
|0 bis||3 monthly payments maximum|
Specific additional funding at real costs is granted to people with disabilities who go abroad under the Erasmus + programme. It allows to cover additional costs related to the mobility abroad.
The International Relations Department can help you set up your mobility project.
You can also consult the provisions for supporting students with disabilities set up by the "disability unit" atUniversité Savoie Mont Blanc.
Rules and procedures for awarding grants
- No funding for non-compulsory internships that do not allow for the validation of Ects credits and/or the diploma.
- Award of only one type of grant: regional grant for international mobility or Erasmus+ (no cumulation possible)
- No funding for internships with a remuneration/gratuity higher than €600.60 net/month and €710.60 net/month for students with social grants or who are disabled.
- No funding for internships abroad (e.g. Switzerland...) if the student is accommodated in France.
- No additional funding in case of extension of the internship beyond the duration initially planned.
These allocation rules are defined within the limits of the available regional and Erasmus+ grants; they may be modified during the year depending on the use of the financial envelope.
Erasmus+ and regional scholarships are paid in two instalments:
- 75% at the beginning of the mobility in view of the proof of the beginning of the stay
- 25% at the end of the stay based on the end of stay documents
The 75% deposit is calculated according to the actual justified duration indicated on the certificate of the beginning of the stay.
The regional flat-rate aid for scholarship students or disabled students is paid at the beginning of the stay on the basis of the proof of the beginning of the stay.
Before starting your application, please take the following documents with you. They should be downloaded at the end of your application and submitted to the international relations office of your component with the application form:
- a typewritten CV in French
- a letter of motivation in French, dated, signed and addressed to the President of the Regional Council of Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes with the subject: "Application for a regional grant for international mobility".
- a bank account in your name in France
- the final notification from the CROUS if you are a student receiving a grant on social criteria
- the certificate of disability (MDPH) if you are disabled
- the signed internship agreement, or the official letter of welcome or the signed pre-convention
NB:For the examination of the file, the internship agreement or pre-convention signed by the USMB and the student is sufficient. The signature of the 3 parties, including the host institution, will be required for the payment of the grant.
- The certificate of remuneration completed and signed by your host institution(must be attached to your application if the remuneration or lack of remuneration is not clearly mentioned on the placement agreement)
Students wishing to apply for financial aid to undertake an internship abroad during the academic year should :
- Apply by filling in the online forms (once the placement is confirmed)
- submit the file to the international relations office of their component at the latest one month before the start of the internship.
Access the USMB application form
If the International Relations Department validates the eligibility of your application for a regional grant, you will receive your access codes to apply on the Region's platform:
Access the Regional portal to apply for a regional grant
Guide to help you fill in your application
Video presentation of the regional grants portal
Prepare your mobility
Consult the "Outgoing Mobility" guide
Before, during and after the internship mobility
- Prepare your departure: consult the practical information
- Free compulsory language test on the Online Linguistic Support (OLS) website before the start and at the end of the placement, for students going on the Erasmus+ programme
During the mobility, several pedagogical and financial documents (to be returned to the DRI) are necessary for the payment of your scholarship.
-> You have an Erasmus+ grant
- Download the Erasmus+ internship mobility contract
- Download the educational contract
- Download the certificate of attendance (start of stay)
- Download the attestation of training (end of stay)
- The Erasmus+ Participant Report to be completed and submitted online within 30 days of receiving the notification (email from the European Commission).
- Free compulsory language test on the Online Linguistic Support (OLS) website before the start and at the end of the course
-> You benefit from a regional grant for international mobility
- certificate of attendance (start of stay)
- the final certificate,
- the end-of-stay report to be submitted on the extranet and sent by e-mail to the DRI
- If you have a scholarship based on social criteria: the final notification of the CROUS scholarship